Bobi Jean Boston

Bobi J. Boston, 64, of Merriam, KS passed away Thursday, November 14, 2019 at her home. 

 

Bobi was born September 29, 1955 to the late Robert and Emma Lou Bennett in Kansas City, Missouri. She graduated from Ruskin High School in 1974. On June 25, 2011 Bobi married her longtime companion, Steve. Bobi was a customer service representative for FedEx for 25 years before retiring.

 

She is survived by her best friend and husband Steve; three children, Casey Burge; Haley Mumm; Koleton Boston; and a granddaughter, Sienna Mumm.

Memorial Contributions

The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the New Beginnings Dog Rescue; P.O. Box 25622; Overland Park, KS  66225 

Visitation and Services

Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, November 22, at the Amos Family Funeral Home. A celebration of Bobi’s life will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, November 23 at the funeral home.


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13 Comments on “Bobi Jean Boston”

  1. Roberta Boston Says:

    Dear Bobi,
    You were a funny, witty, caring woman who I enjoyed to be around. Thank you for loving my kids as if they were your own. Truly a very special lady and friend. My sincerest condolences to Steve and family. God received an angel today! Much love and prayers.

  2. Leah Adams Says:

    I’ll never forget the funny way we met when I first moved into the neighborhood. Your smile, your laugh, our front porch pow wows. I love you, my friend. Rest easy now.

  3. Dan Dieter Says:

    She was a great person to work with. A fantastic attitude. She will be missed by all.

  4. Carla Lungren Says:

    Rest in piece my friend. I will never forget your kindness, your laugh and crazy jokes. You will be miss by so many. May your family find peace in their hearts. So sorry for your family. You can never be replaced. Love you fly high.

  5. Dianne Sisco Says:

    I’m heartbroken! We hadn’t seen one another for quite some time but tried to keep up with one another on facebook. The world has lost a one of a kind lady. I will love and miss you forever my wonderful friend!
    My prayers for the family.

  6. Carolyn Keller Says:

    To Bobi – My dearest friend and sister,
    I am so thankful to have had you in my life for almost 40 years. You always gave me encouragement and strength, your loyalty was unwavering, and your love was unconditional. You were a precious blessing in my life and I will forever be grateful. I love you always sweetheart and will miss you so deeply. To my dear Godson Casey – I love you. You are in my heart and my prayers. Your mother was a gift from God above. She touched so many lives with her love, kindness, and laughter. To Steve – I love you, and thank you for loving Bobi. I will pray for you as you grieve the loss of your best friend. May God grant her eternal peace. I Love You My Precious Bobi Jean.

  7. Stephen Aspleaf Says:

    Prayers to you, Steve, and to your entire family.

  8. DeAnna Collins Says:

    My deepest sympathy and prayers for your loved ones. You will be missed so very much. I am blessed to have known you, thank you for making me laugh every time I saw you! Until we meet again
    MUCH LOVE,
    DeAnna

  9. Joy Knight Says:

    Bobi, you are now in heaven with your best friend Jerri and I can see it now, you two are singing as loud as you can, laughing about the most dumbest things you can see or touch, and loving on every animal that is there in heaven too! God got what he wanted, you two together again! Please take care of Jerri and say hi to mom and dad and all those that are there that loved you too! YOU were my sister’s true angle and friend and now you get to be with her! My heart and prayers go to Steve and entire family for this great loss. BOBI WE WILL ALWAYS HAVE YOU IN OUR HEARTS!

  10. Sherry Nolan-Manford Says:

    I’m sorry to hear of this loss. I went to Ruskin with Bobi, and knew her as a person with a personality that just glowed. Always funny, always seen the humor in different situations. I kept up with her posts on FB. I know you will be missed by your family & friends. My heart goes out to her family, always keep her in your memories and heart. Keep her alive to her grandchild by talking and reliving memories of her.

  11. Laura Michelle Redenbaugh Says:

    Bobi I only got to know you for a short time but you were a blessing to know. You were the sweetest lady and always could make me laugh. You are greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends. Fly with the angels.

  12. Kathy Curtis Says:

    Dearest Bobi,
    I remember when we were young and I drove you to work on main street at the photo shop. We hung out and had the best time with all of our young shenanigans.
    Then we reconnected when through internet about 15 years ago. You invited me to go to the girls night out and I had the best time.
    You seemed to always care about people with your wit and humor. You could make my worst day seem like my best day.
    I know you are loved by many, but to me, you always have a special place in my heart.

    My thoughts are with your family and friends.

  13. Yolanda vega Says:

    Dearest Bobi you were one of my first friends when weopened the call center. We laughed so much.I will never forget your wit and humor..Rip my love..

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